Restaurante Albarracín, located in the centre of Zaragoza, has been redesigned by interior design studio Classico 45 with lighting designs from Marset.
The work focused on remodelling the existing space to bring it into the 21st century, while also taking into account how the restaurant’s cooking combines tradition with new and cutting-edge proposals.
Classico45 used natural, local materials like Albarracín plaster, with its highly characteristic orange colour, accompanied with warm lighting that has helped to create cosy spaces.
The lighting was an essential part of this project and the main lamp chosen was Marset’s Ginger model, designed by Joan Gaspar. This piece is made of pressed oak wood with a concave metallic module housing and it gives off indirect light that defines the personality of the space. Different versions of the Ginger lamp – suspension, table and wall – have been used throughout the space.
The interior design lends itself to the lighting through its use of oak wood. Two different finishes differentiate the areas with a dark, dyed oak for circulation spaces, and a natural oak in the rooms to accentuate the lighting.
With this upgrade, the Classico45 team has managed to perfectly combine tradition and modernity in a unique, warm and cosy space.